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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 31, 1913, Image 5

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WEWSOF 77E DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Auto driven by unidentified 16-year-old
boy struck and severely in
jured E. L. Bishop, 6439 Eggleston
av., as he got off car at 63d st. and
Eggleston av. Driver of auto then
turned out lights and speeded away.
William Raune, shoemaker, and
Jerry Hennegan, waiter, shot at '1834
S. Wabash av. Raune probably fatal
ly wounded. Police believe shooting
resulted from battle between rival
gangs. Hennegan said he and Raune
were standing in front of house when
they were attacked by four men. Sev
eral arrests made.
More than 100 amendments to or
dinance changing names of streets
made by city council yesterday. Nutt
St. changed to Loeffler ct, and Lin
coln St. renamed Pulaski av.
Three men in auto robbed A. Horn
stein, 5449 N. Clark St., of $40 at
N. Clark st and Rascher av.
Laura Donahue, 20, 3720 Wallace
st,' bruised when auto in which she
was riding was struck by street car
at LaSalle av. and Division st.
Wesley McCabe, 1436 S. Wabash
av., had skull fractured when he was
struck by street car at Wabash av.
and Van Buren st.
The city council it its last meet
ing before adjournment for the sum
mer vacation appropriated $600,000
for.the purchase of the Chicago Re
duction Co.
Thirty persons injured in rear-end
collision of street cars at California
and North avs. Cars were bearing
picknickers from Modern Woodmen
of America outing near Dunning. Po
lice took care of 12 of injured, but it
is believed car company removed sev
eral others before arrival of police.
None of 'those cared for by the police
were dangerously hurt; injuries con
sisted of cuts and bruises.
There are now three women on
the school board.
Body of unidentified man about 60
years old found in lake at rear of 5627
Sheridan road; had been in water
two weeks; card in pocket of coat
bore address of municipal lodging
house, 171 N. Union st
Aid. Merriam says $500,000 is too
much for city to pay for garbage re
duction plant.
Miss Edith Fancher was first wo
man to vote at River Forest munici
pal election today.
Yes, it's hot. The weather man
says so. But he promises a cool
wave.
Now they say Bubbly Creek has
reformed and doesn't smell as bad as
it did. Isn't yet a perfumatory, how
ever. The new ordinance prohibits cab
aret girls wearing tights.
Mrs. Ellen Drake, 51, 8614 S. San
gamon st, died after being burned at
bonfire in backyard.
David Maxwell, millionaire box
maker, arrested on charge of kidnap
ing and contributing to delinquency
of Katie Wodavkiewicke, 13, and her
sister, Mary, 7, 1218 W. 50th st.
Small blaze near miniature railway
caused panic in Riverview Park.
Francis E. Howard, who lost place
as deputy smoke inspector on charge
of taking bribe, filed suit in Circuit
Court to get job back.
James A. Smalley, 824 Gault ct.,
stabbed twice in argument with
Frank Anazalone, 1011 Townsend St.,
who escaped.
Elgin Press Club held big outing at
Forest Park last night
George McMann, 7025 N. Robey
St., repairman Chicago Telephone
Co., overcome by gas while working
in manhole at N. Clark st and Holly
wood av.
E. B. Barnard, druggist, 4556 W.
Ravenswood pk., fined $100 and costs
for illegally selling morphine.
Board of Education refused to ac
cept Mrs. Ella Flagg Young's resig
nation. She will remain supt of
schools.
Mrs. Minnie Erig, 1546 S. Central
Park av., seriously injured by motor-

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